DAKA is an outdoor wood burning stove brand that has been around for decades. But even so, it has been one of the most admired furnaces and stoves by customers all over the US because of its efficient performance and durability.
DAKA proudly states that its furnaces may be connected to traditional up-flow warm-air systems to help reduce utility bills. Each wood- and/or coal-burning furnace is made of extra-heavy-gauge steel with a cast iron fire door and 3/16-inch steel-plated, firebrick-lined combustion chamber. The furnaces are equipped with Dayton blowers to fully maximize the distribution of heated air inside a home.
Both the 622FBT and 621 models burn wood or coal for an output of up to 125,000 BTU, and both models are equipped with a secondary heat chamber. However the 622FBT uses two blowers and can be controlled by a wall thermostat. The 521FB furnace has an output of 105,000 BTU with a single blower. Homeowners may use optional external heat transfer fins to improve the unit’s heat transfer and strengthen the firebox.
Where it all began:
DAKA Corp. was founded in 1977 by Dennis Anderson Sr. and his son Kevin Anderson; the name comes from their combined initials. The company initially was a structural steel fabricator, but soon became a company that manufactured wood-burning furnaces.
DAKA’s furnaces carry a 5-year limited warranty on the combustion chamber, and a 1-year limited warranty on all other p
How to contact DAKA
DAKA Corp. Customer Service
955 Industrial St. NE
Pine City, MN 55063
Phone: (320) 629-6737
DAKA reviews for interested customers
“Thinking of Something Good”
The best thing I can say about this stove is that, I will never buy another one. Just disappointed… Maybe good for south of pine city, but a joke for northern Minnesota.
“Outside wood furnace”
We have owned furnace for 10 years and are very happy with it. The only down fall is cutting the wood and going outside to fill the stove. But the financial savings makes up for that in the long run. Plus we have the hot water heater connected to it so the homes hot water comes from the furnace as well. We have never had any troubles or major repairs just after six years in fall had to boil out the coils with an acid rather than replace them, that did the trick the coils had calcium hard water build up on them but just needed cleaned.